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TheOutlander
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@sean451 ...and you are using the evil breadboard power supply!

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Sean451
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@supercharlie I'd hope mine was a little neater.

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Sean451
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@theoutlander Yup, it's an Elegoo that came in the Arduino kit and set to 3.3v. Next I'll experiment with making the lights do fun stuff with my micro-controllers.

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daveclucas
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Router Lift Project

On the left the control panel and power supply, on the right my router lift. The led panel and buttons are mounted in the end moulding from an old inkjet printer, the power supply is an old ATX computer power supply. I like to repurpose things.

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Sean451
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Today's experiments were done using the Raspberry Pi Pico with the Pico Explorer that arrived the other day. I haven't done much with the display yet, but I did manage to get the led to work with the PWM pins. At least, I think I did.

Cheers!

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